Date registered: Oct 2005
Vehicle: SL55, 300SE, GL450, SL500, ML430, Daytona 955i
Location: Lincoln / Boston - MA
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How is your rear wheel bearing doing?
You need to do few steps to find out where the sound is coming from...
-Find an empty road, and drive down at that critical speed.
-shift to N and see if the sound changes
-increase/decrease speed, how does the sound change?
-wobble the steering wheel, does the sound go away/ get louder?
-turn at high speed left, then right, does the sound get worse/better
- jack the rear end, (at a shop maybe), turn off ASR, then shift to D, let the wheels turn, can you hear loud noise at one wheel near the axle?
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